Successful business owners often struggle with how to exit their businesses and create enough liquidity to support their retirement. If you are a business owner, there is a good chance that your business is your most valuable asset. However, research shows that over 70 % of business owners do not have a formalized exit strategy.1 While the details of exit planning and getting your business in the best shape to maximize its’ value and transition from your ownership and control are beyond the scope of this post, there are a variety of ways that you can create liquidity to support your retirement.
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